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Hatsune Miku in Spanish
Mar 26 2008
11:11
Giuseppe
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:D Hatsune Miku sings in Spanish :D

[url:2f4m1hqf]http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=GmJmNXxHBYc[/url:2f4m1hqf]

Mar 26 2008
12:08
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Sorry, <img class=” /> video and link corrected

[url:1czih8jv]http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=qqfM0pkQoaY[/url:1czih8jv]

Apr 2 2008
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Really well done !

Wouldn’t you consider to post a small portion of the main singer’s .vsq file as a sort of tutorial ?
It would be interesting to see how you let her sing such a convincing non Japanese sounds.

Greets

Apr 2 2008
20:11
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Hi to everyone

The magicians do not reveal his secrets.
I have followed Miku’s instructions of the file Pdf.

Miku has few phonemes and they are easy to learn.

I don’t have keyboard in Japanese.

Now I’m doing a song in Italian language With an extraordinary result, all other voices do the choirs, included Sweet Ann and Prima. Soon I will finish it.

Regards.

Jose

Apr 3 2008
08:26
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Hi again…

The file VSQ that I used for the song is the one that is in the video.

To see the video in youtube with good quality and in stereo:

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=…..038;fmt=18

My recommendation is to divide the lyrics in syllables

The phonemes are in the last pages of the manual file pdf.

vowels……

a = a
e = e
i = i
o = o
u = M

For the vowel i i’t is necessary to put before in the consonant (‘)

Example…..mi = (m’ i)

I invite to everybody to show his works as I do.

Regards

Apr 3 2008
09:31
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Hi, Jose.
Thank you for your post.
Actually I thought that it was impossible to let Miku sing syllable that are impossible in the japanese language (like "pla" in the word "platita" for example).
Actually the software is a little more indulgent than I expected <img class=” />

May I ask you another advice ?

I know that in the first version of Vocaloid there was an option called "consonant adjustment",

Do you know if such option exist in Vocaloid2 too ? I was not able to find it anywhere, and the manual mention it just in the MIDI code commands list.

I think it would be pretty useful for fine adjustment…

For example: I noticed that when Miku sings "tres cosas" it sounds more like "tres hosas" which is, for what I know, as it should sound in spanish; but if I would need a more "K" like sound in that point, that "consonant adjustment" thing could be, probably, a pretty useful tool.

Any suggestion ?

Thanks again

Piero

Apr 3 2008
11:07
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Hi Piero

The first of all sorry for my bad english

The Vocaloid’s voices are done to sing in his language (English or Japanese, only), everybody know this.

It’s not the equal thing to sing with cut syllables that with tied words.

The "consonant adjustment" It’s regulated in DYN

To do some syllable like "pla"

pla= (p 4 a)

If it does not sound well it’s necessary to divide it in two

pla= pa la =(p a) (4 a) the first more shortly.

This way it’s made sing to all the voices in another language.

It is not difficult but it’s entertaining

Best

José

Apr 6 2008
09:46
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Hi, Jose

I think I’m beginning to understand…
I also tried some other ways to emulate the consonant adjustment thing and, beside DYN controller, I found that, sometimes, using a short note for the consonants alone will stretch the consonant sound enough to be more sensible. Also it is useful for double consonant sounds… For example the word "kocchi" sound pretty good with -k o- – tS- -i-.
Weird…

I’m looking forward for your italian Miku. <img class=” />

greets

Piero

Apr 8 2008
17:46
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One correction importantly

The control of the consonants is [b:30lzu7ma]NOT[/b:30lzu7ma] in DYN, [b:30lzu7ma]It’s adjusts in VEL[/b:30lzu7ma].

Dyn’s adjustment is for the volume of the sounds

SORRY

Apr 9 2008
19:54
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Hi

The song in Italian is already. :D

[url:3jf1cj46]http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=c44tQo4gmSc[/url:3jf1cj46]

i like to know the opinion of all

Thanks

Jose

Dec 27 2009
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